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The Latest Diet Gadget: The Vibrating, Light-Flashing HAPIfork

One of the most popular booths at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was reportedly the HAPILABS booth where its new HAPIfork was presented to thousands of curious spectators. Well, it's not every day that you get to see a fork with flashing lights and vibrators at work.

New Products From The 2013 Consumer Electronics Show

The 2013 Consumer Electronics Show is underway in Las Vegas, Nevada this week, and innovators of all stripes are showcasing a variety of new wares, from massive designs to pocket-sized gadgets. Some of these new products will come to revolutionize the way we live and some will just fade away. Here are videos of a few promising new items from the show.

Smokeless Ashtrays: Do They Work And Which Is Best - Product Review

The concept of the smokeless ashtray has been around for at least 30 years.  Have the past three decades shown any design improvements?  And more importantly--do they work?

Medical Study Says: If You Can't Run, Shake!

.... For many who are obese, health problems may keep them from achieving their goals through diet and exercise regimens. But new excercise research shows that 'shaking' may improve the immune systems of obese individuals until they can undertake more strenuous exercise.

Panasonic Emergency Flashlight Runs On Batteries Of Any Size

With the BF-BM10 mix & match battery-powered emergency flashlight, Japan's Panasonic has taken an innovative approach to an all-too-common problem: having exactly the right size and number of batteries on hand to power your flashlight. Got one of these and one of those? Pop 'em in the “Any Battery Light” and let it shine!

China's New “World's Fastest Supercomputer” Will Have Intel Inside

China is planning to use 100,000 Intel Ivy Bridge-based Xeon E5 processors to power its next supercomputer, rumored to be the world's fastest. It's a startling switch from previous statements favor the establishment of a high-end hardware industry independent of any foreign technology providers.

Acer Preparing $99 Android Tablet Computer

Those newfangled tablets seem to be all the rage these days, but there are still people who don't want to or can't put down even $199 for the cheapest Nexus 7. What will be catering to those people in a few months, if the rumours are true, is Acer with its Iconia B1.


“Influsaber” Wand Safely Sterilizes Household Objects with Ultraviolet Light

The “Influsaber” Ultraviolet Light Wand from Japan's ForceMedia was designed to destroy the nasty bacterial microbes infesting your smartphone, iPad, earbuds, pretty much any oft-used everyday electronic device. Set the timer, push the button and make like a germaphobic Jedi!

Times Change, The Seagull 1963 Chinese Air Force Watch Stays The Same

The exquisite Seagull 1963 Chinese Air Force wristwatch is a faithful, 21-jewel replica of the unique hand-winding aviation chronograph originally created for just 1,400 elite members of the Chinese Air Force.

USB Hairbrush Humidifies Hair, Boosts Geek Cred

The USB Hairbrush from Japan's Thanko combines a standard hairbrush with a spray mist humidifier packing its own internal water tank, powered by your laptop computer or desktop PC. You may end up looking geekier than Ed Grimley but you won't have a single hair out of place, I must say.